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AMD trumpets next-gen GPU architecture

Fusion Summit AMD has trumpeted its next-generation GPU architecture, painting the design as a radical departure that has one foot in the graphics world and the other in what AMD, Microsoft, ARM, and others dub "heterogeneous computing". Essentially, the new architecture is a parallel-processor, throughput engine that can serve both …
Rik Myslewski, 17 Jun 2011
Dell Inspiron Zino HD 410

Dell Inspiron Zino HD 410

Review With decent media streamers available for under £150 and many TVs featuring built-in network capabilities, getting content on your telly through a fully-fledged mini desktop PC might seem like a rather expensive way to do things. Still, that hasn’t stopped Dell from refining its Zino mini PC series, with the Zino HD 410 being …
Will Stapley, 1 Mar 2011
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AMD to dump ATI brand

The ATI brand is about to disappear, AMD announced Monday. "The timing is right as far as we're concerned," an AMD spokesman told The Reg, explaining that the company's brand strategy is moving to a "customer-centric approach" and away from processer-centric branding. The company's Radeon and FirePro brands will remain, but …
Rik Myslewski, 30 Aug 2010
The Register breaking news

AMD quickly updates ATI Stream SDK to OpenCL 1.1

AMD has upgraded its ATI Stream SDK adding full OpenCL 1.1 support to the CPU/GPU development platform while also embracing Ubuntu 10.04, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5. That was quick. OpenCL version 1.1 — the latest open source standard for munging CPU and GPU powers to allow for streamlining of highly parallel software …
Rik Myslewski, 12 Aug 2010

Intel abandons discrete graphics for HPC

Intel is leaving the discrete graphics market to Nvidia and AMD/ATI for now, but its orphaned GPU/CPU mashup, Larrabee, will soon see new life in the HPC space. In a Tuesday posting on the Technology@Intel blog, director of global communications Bill Kircos communicated with the globe to say that Larrabee the graphics …
Rik Myslewski, 25 May 2010
The Register breaking news

ATI Stream upgrade embraces OpenCL

The ATI Stream software development kit was bumped up to version 2.1 on Monday, receiving a hefty dose of OpenCL capabilities in the run-up to AMD's Fusion series of "accelerated processing units" (APUs) scheduled to appear next year. Not that devs using the new ATI Stream SDK 2.1 will have to wait until then to take advantage …
Rik Myslewski, 3 May 2010
The Register breaking news

AMD plumps up ATI FirePro line

Updated AMD filled out its FirePro family of graphics cards Monday with the release of five new cards, each a step or two (or three, or four) down from the top-of-the-line FirePro card it announced earlier this month. AMD modestly described that card, the four-DisplayPort, $1,499 ATI FirePro V8800, as "the industry’s most powerful …
Rik Myslewski, 27 Apr 2010
ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition

AMD tempts gamers with multi-monitor Eye candy

AMD has announced a new graphics card that can fill six displays with over one billion pixels per second to provide what the company unblushingly claims to be "the ultimate in entertainment and productivity". The Wednesday announcement of the expansively named ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6 Edition notes that users of the card …
Rik Myslewski, 1 Apr 2010
YoYoTech Warbird i750CX

YoYoTech Warbird i750CX

Review The YoYoTech Warbird i750CX is a juiced-up version of the Warbird i750X. Both models are bare towers that come without a display, mouse, keyboard, speakers or operating system, although our review unit was supplied with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit already installed to save us the effort. Everything else is included. YoYoTech …
Leo Waldock, 15 Mar 2010
Mesh 7

Mesh intros bonkers BMW-designed gaming PC

UK PC maker Mesh has fitted out Thermaltake's bizarre BMW-designed computer case and turned the engine-inspire chassis into what it claims is the ultimate DirectX 11 gaming rig. Dubbed the Mesh 7, the monster machine comes equipped with a 2.66GHz Intel Core i7-920 quad-core CPU, 6GB of 1666MHz DDR 3 memory in tri-channel …
Tony Smith, 14 Dec 2009
Sapphire Radeon HD 5970

AMD ATI Radeon HD 5970 two-GPU graphics card

Review Cast your eye over our news piece on AMD's ATI Radeon HD 5970 and our review of the HD 5870 and you’ll have the essential information at your fingertips. AMD has, for some unknown reason, changed its naming convention, so this two-chip HD 5870-based graphics card has been named HD 5970 instead of the more predictable HD 5870 X2 …
Leo Waldock, 9 Dec 2009
AMD Neo X2

MSI preps slim laptop with AMD Neo X2 chippery

MSI has rolled out a new member of its X family of skinny notebooks. This one has a AMD Neo X2 dual-core processor, proving that Intel won't have the thin'n'light laptop market all to itself. The X430 is based around a 13in, 1366 x 768 display - that's a 16:9 widescreen TV aspect ratio, hence the shorter-than-you-might-expect …
Tony Smith, 25 Nov 2009
AMD Radeon HD 5870

AMD intros dual-GPU monster graphics card

AMD has whipped out its latest top-of-the-line dual-GPU graphics card, as expected. Dubbed the ATI Radeon HD 5970, the DirectX 11-supporting card can drive up to three displays simultaneously - there are a pair of DVI connectors and a DisplayPort on the back - and one screen at up to 7680 x 1600. The board's two 40nm GPUs run …
Tony Smith, 18 Nov 2009
AMD Radoen HD 5970

AMD dual-Radeon HD 5870 card spied on web

AMD is no stranger to banging a couple of its high-end GPUs onto a single graphics card, connecting them in CrossFire mode, and offering the result as a top-of-the-line gaming card. World+Dog expects it do the same with its Radeon HD 5870 chip - reviewed here - and here it is. Unofficially, mind, courtesy of a card leaked to …
Tony Smith, 4 Nov 2009
AMD ATI Radeon HD 5770

AMD ATI Radeon HD 5770 and 5750 DirectX 11 GPUs

Review AMD's Radeon HD 5770 and 5750 are the mid-range members of the new HD 5000 DirectX 11 graphics chip family. They're fabbed using a 40nm process, just like their bigger brothers. AMD ATI Radeon HD 5770 Sapphire's HD 5770: reference Radeon HD 5770 design But the number of transistors in these mid-range chips - codenamed ' …
Leo Waldock, 28 Oct 2009
AMD ATI Radeon HD 5750

AMD intros mid-range 5000-series Radeons

AMD has rolled out two more 5x000-series GPUs, this time the mainstream-oriented 5750 and 5770, lesser partners to the recently released high-end 5850 and 5870 - reviewed here - DirectX 11 graphics cards. AMD ATI Radeon HD 5770 AMD's Radeon HD 5770: mainstream DX11. The 40nm chips contain 1.04bn transistors, used to …
Tony Smith, 14 Oct 2009
AMD Radeon HD 5870

AMD ATI Radeon HD 5870 and 5850 DirectX 11 GPUs

Review Before we dive into our review of the HIS Digital HD 5850 and Sapphire HD 5870 graphics cards, let’s take a quick look at the technology behind the AMD’s new family of graphics chips. Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 Sapphire's Radeon HD 5870: a 50 per cent gaming performance boost... These DirectX 11 graphics cores use the same …
Leo Waldock, 12 Oct 2009

AMD grows very own Opteron chipsets

Advanced Micro Devices has delivered its first server chipsets derived from its acquisition of ATI Technologies. The Fiorano platform that launches today will have three different chipsets, not the one pairing of the I/O hub and southbridge that we had been lead to expect when AMD sped up its Opteron chip roll out in April, …

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